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Richland Homes Auxiliary Meet The Nov. 27th meeting of the l{ichland Homes Auxiliary was a meeting to elect new officers and formulate new plans for next year. Mrs. Isbelle Stanton, resident, turned in money from the Auxiliary basket. She also had on display some Christmas decorations that she made and were for sale. Mary Hendrickson said the Beauty Shop was very busy because everyone had their hair fixed before Thanksgiving. The busy workers were Harriet Henderson, Mary Hendrickson, Romma Stcffenson, Cecil Thiel, Margaret Anderson and a new member of the force, Minnie Nemec. A letter of thanks was sent to Nettle Schmolt, who has volunteered her services for over five years. Ada .Johnson reported for the Visitation Committee by reading the names of the bir- thdays for I)eeember of the secret pals. She asked each one not to forget to send each a Christmas card. There are some new residents at the Home which are Mildred Hilger, Joseph Ziegler, Marndy Spellman, Ovieda Pederson, Bergethe I)elarn, Ester Hatter and Adolph Stien. Passing away after illnesses were I,:rnest Ulhnan, Bertha Sharbono, Josephine l,indquist. We extend our sympathy to their families. Bernieee Schwenke reports more prizes have been pur- chased for the bingo games. Also some donations are coming, which are appreciated. Heather Jaeger and Cora Anderson picked up another Klempel, Mr. and Mrs. (;us Klempel, Sidney, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Carla .fen, to I,yle Dale Wall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Wall, I,ustre, Mont. Miss Klempel is a 1969 graduate of Sidney Senior High School anti attended two years at Canadian Bible College in Regina and for the past year has been living in Helena and working as a secretary for the l)epartment of l,abor and In-, dustry. Wall 4raduated from I,ustre Bible Academy and attended one year at Grace Bible In- stitite in Omaha, Neb. He is presently a student at Helena Vo-tech and is taking up agricultural mechanics. He will 4raduate in June. Wedding plans arc being load of things for their sewing i,rojcct, tteather also reported for the silt buying committee and they have received donations for theso also. This is appreciated because we have ,ore residents this year. Ruth Gol(Isnfith stated the birthtlay party for this month was ifivt'n Nov. 14. The Altar So( iety h'(m l,umbert save an intcrestin program. Those havin birth(lays were Clara l';,um, l,elle Acges, Knute Thompson, Martin Grosvotd, I,ee O'Connor and Pearl l',arker, The birthday for l,:ster Hundtoft gave the progress of the Christmas program tobe held at the Home on a l)ec. 18 at 6 p.m. Others workin on this are Anne l,'randsen anti Harriet Hen- derson. Each member of the auxiliary arc to bring two dozen cookies. Going ahead with the ;,id of other members are Ada .lohnson, Ruth Goldsmith and Mat'4a vet Nigro. Mabel renson, chairman of the nominating committee, read the slate of officers. Nominated were Mary Hen- drickson, president; Mable A. they wrre approved no in- stallation will I)e held in l)ecember as they were all re- elected. Mary Hendrickson briefed us on .some new projects for the coming year. More details will be worked out in our ,January meeting. Wc arc looking for- ward to new members also No auxiliary meeting will be hehl in 1)eeember. The next meeting will be .Jan. 22. with coffee hour at 2:15 and general meeting at 2:30. l{emember the Christmas I I| I l)eeembcr will be held in Sorenson, vice president; party Dec. 18 at 6 p.m. Friends connection with the Christmas Marie Hamburg, secretary, anti relatives are cordially program, and Marearet Nigro, treasurer, invited to ;tRend. Grandview Area News MIS. MYRON DOORNEK .Johnston, Great Falls; Mr. and Verner King home, Saturday. MhS.(;I'IOR(;I':MIINE Mrs. 1.arry Johnston anti Afternoon callers were ,Jack l.:(Iw;|rd Schlepp, Vida, was a Shane, (;Icndive, and Mr. anti ('arisen and boys. Sunday dinner 4uest of Mr. and Mrs. 1)ave .Johnston. Tony Mr. anti Mrs. Aron King and Mrs..Jim Fredrickson. Mr. and Mrs. George Hisdahl and (.hihlren were Thanksgiving Day dinner 4uests of the l,eonard Alexanrlers. Thanksgiving I)ay guests at the Myron l)oorneks were Mrs. .foe 1)oornek, Mrs. George Good, Wolf Point; Sylvia Sehumacher and ,lames Knoll, Kalispell. Mrs. (;race l,'atzinger came Wednesday anti spent several days at the William Fatzinger home. Thanksgiving Day dinner  uest.s a t the .Iohnnie Johnstons were Mr. and Mrs. Myron Wall Plan Wedding made for Dec. 29. All friends anti relatives are invited to attend. Sidney Paint & Glass I 12 East Main - 1.me: .182 - 1803 I Carla Jen Kiempel l.'eruson was an evening luncheon uest. Mr. and Mrs. George Strobel, Mrs..lames Fellows and Paula, l{ichey; Mr. anti Mrs. Norman l,in(levig, lsmbert, aml Mr. and Mrs. l,'red liayne, Poplar, were Thanksgiving Day dinner uests of Mr. and Mrs. ,James (ihristi;mson. Mr. anti Mrs. Frank Presser, Wolf Point, were Thanksgiving I my dinner euests of the ,lames l,'redricksons. Thanksgiving Day guests at the l,'rank Winhofers were Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Hines and children, Williston, N. D., and Mr. and Mrs. W. I,. Voorhees, l'oplar. Dennis, Sherri and I)wayne Hines spent the eeken(J_with the Winhofers. Mr. and Mrs. Verner King were among the guests at the Willie Bawden home on Thanksgiving Day and also hell)ed the Bawdens celebrate their (;0th wedding an- niversary. Mr'. and Mrs. William Fat- zinger anti Roy and Mrs. Grace l,'atzinger were Thanksgiving l)ay dinner guests of Mrs. Wilma 3oseph.son in Sidney. Mr'. and Mrs. Dewaine (:;,risen, Richey; Don Handlos and Howard Turner, Wolf Point, were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carlson. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carlsen ;,n(I family were Thanksgiving 1)ay dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Unruh in Richey, Mr'. anti Mrs. Harold Bivens spent Thanksgiving Day in lfichey with Mr. and Mrs. 1)evon l',ivens and family. Shane Johnston spent Friday with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs..Iohnnie ,Johnston. Mrs. Johnnie ,Johnston, Kyle and Shane, attended a hostess party Friday at the Mel Bauschendorfer home. Mr'. and Mrs. l,eonard Alexan(ler, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winhofer anti Mr. and Mrs, Myron I)oornek and Cheryl were guesLs of Mr. and Mrs. th,nry Ftzel, Friday, and spent the evening playing cards. Mr. and Mrs. lmrry .Johnston and Shane Visited Mr. and Mrs. l,croy Keller from York, Neb., at the tterman Keller home on l,'riday. Mr'. and Mrs. Charles Carlsen were dinner guests at the .ons, Malta, spent Saturday and Sunday at the Verner King holt;('. Mr. and Mrs. ,James Christianson and Raymond ;Jtten(Icd the Full Gospel 1;usinessmen's Fellowship meeting in Sidney, Saturday. Saturday callers at the Charles Carlsens were Mrs. l:rank Winhofer and Sherri tlines. Mr'. and Mrs. l,arry Schumacher, Wolf Point, were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. anti Mrs. ,lames Fredrickson. Mrs. Grace Fatzinger and Mrs. William Fatzinger visited Mrs. Mabel Swihart, Saturday. Mr. anti Mrs. Vie Bawden, Nickwall, visited the Verner Kings Sun(lay on their way to hlexan(ler, N. D., to visit the .h,rry Slagles. Mr. and Mrs. James Christianson were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hayne in Poplar. Mr. and Mrs. William Fat- zinger and Roy and Mrs. Grace l,'atzinger were Sunday guests of Mrs. Fern Gregg, Bloom- field. William Fatzinger took Mrs. (;race Fatzinger home to Glen(live, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carlsen left Sunday to attend the GTA convention in St. Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winhofer were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Hines in Williston. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Johnston, Kevin and Kyle, visited at the Frank Winhofers, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Miller and ehihlren visited Mr. and Mrs. Verner King, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Johnston called on Mr. and Mrs. William Fatzinger, Tuesday. Mr. anti Mrs. Myron Doornek were guests of Mr. and Mrs. .Iohnnie .Johnston at the Elks in Wolf Point, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Doornek vtten(led the funeral for Mrs. Olga Olson in Wolf Point, Thursday. Mrs. Frank Winhofer was in Poplar Wednesday and Thursday for medical at- Wntion. Total color TV tuning in one button! TlliLli-MAGIG ONE BUTTON TOTAL CONTROL Tele-Magic automatically locks in on the pre-tuned master settings for Contrast, Brightness, Color Hue, Color Intensity, Best Flesh Tones, and Best Fine Tuning. 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Casey, son of Mr. ;tn(l Mrs. Joe Casey, 1520 St. Johns Ave., Billings, were united in marriage in a double - ring ceremony Nov. 25, at St. Thomas Church in Billings. Roy. Terry Jimmerson of- fieiated at the ceremony. The bride is a 1971 graduate of Central High School in Billings and has attended (;onzaga University and Western Valley College, San .lose, Calif. The groom is a graduate of Central High School and has completed two years in the Air Force. The couple will make their home in San Jose, Calif. i,,, , , , ,i i [Local News Items [ Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Tuott anti l,ee and Mr. anti Mrs. .lames Basta, Savage, were in Custer last week where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Tuotrs niece, Beth Hope. Miss Hope's parents live in Big Horn. l,ee Tuott left from Custer for college at Bozeman. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hubley, (llendive, visited Mrs. Bert l,eSueur last week. Mrs. Ernest Ullman "en- tertained Mrs. Hazel Houglum, Mrs. Volney Anderson and Mrs. Andrew Hanto at her home last week. Sgt. and Mrs. Ernest I)avidson are visiting relatives Lassey Named FU Director Jerry I,. l,assey, Cartwright, has been elected a director of the Farmers Union Marketing and Processing Association at their recent convention in Redwood Falls, Minn. anti friends in the area. The 1)avidsons are en route from Alaska to their new station at l,'ort Bliss, Texas. Mrs. Alva Inks, Uniontown, Penn., was a guest of the Thursday Breakfast Club which met at the home of Mrs. Bert lxSueur. Mrs. Inks has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Daniels. Mrs. Vie Bawden, Wolf Point, visited here last week with her mother, Mrs. I,auretta Svingen. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller returned Saturday from Grand Forks where they were guests of Mrs. Miller's mother, Mrs. Ben MeCloskey. Mr. and Mrs. E1Ray Harper were in Billings over the weekend where they visited Mrs. Harper's brother, Rolland Flynn and Mrs. Mildred Reid. The Harpers also attended the Sidney Basketball games. Jackie Miller, who is teaching at Chinook, spent Thanksgiving weekend with her parents, the Jack Millers. IIII II I Ill I THIS YEAR HEAR """ CHRISTMAS Thinking of a hearing aid? Zenith has SO years of electronic experience in ease you haven't heard You can't buy a finer instrument than Zenith. 18 different models. From one r so tiny it fits tn your ear.., to one for the severely dssf. HEARING AiDS gle It11  F Zenith Raio, Ty. 1 Colcw TV IF YU Have A Hearing Aid But No Service, Try. Zenith WE SERVICE ALL MAKES OF HEARING AIDS COME TO LALONDE HOTEl, Sidney, Montana Saturday, December 9, 1972 9:00a.m.- 3:00 p.m. DAVID GENEST, HEARING AID CONSULTANT HEARING AID INSTITUTE 8-Sth Street N. GREAT FAI,LS, MONTANA IIII II I I I I I II IIIIIII IIII I II]1 I I In I I I I ] Christmas sales from Penneys. Start hinting now. 5 for s5 Reg. 1.69 a pair. Agilon nylon panti- hose. Short, average, long or extra long. Queen size Agilon panti-hose, reg. $2 pr., now 4 pairs for $5. 4 for $5 Reg. $2 a pair. Cantrece II nylon panti-hose fit like skin. Short, average, long and extra long. Queen size CantreceO It pantl-hose, reg. 2.50 pr., now 4 for Sale 12rs Reg. 1S.00. Men's polyester double knit slacks with flare leg. Many pat- terns in 30-42. Sale 11" Reg. 15.00. Men's polyester double knit slacks. In assorted solids with flare leg. Waist sizes 30-42. Sale prices effective thru Saturday. For that specl gift, shop Penneys Christmas Catalog today. JCPenney The Christmas Plate. III I II I L I I I IIIIII III I I [I IIIII "' "